Making a list, checking it twice.
Anyway, one day I was mentioning how I thought I didn't like someone, but it turns out she's a great person!, and the group was underwhelmed. A list of "People Kate Doesn't Like" was proposed, and Pol Pot and Hitler made it, but not too many others. (I'd like to add the people who stuffed the puppies with heroin.)
So, I am documenting my list here (ignoring the genocide-causers and puppy-torturers for now). I do not like this woman who substitutes for spinning classes at my gym. Her music sucks, it's not loud enough, she doesn't know how to work the microphone, she can never adjust her bike properly, and I don't even get that great of a workout. I also used to REALLY dislike this woman who worked at my office, but since I work remotely now and she was fired (I'm assuming for incompetence, which is why I didn't like her), I'm giving her a bye.
But, after tonight, I can definitively say that I DO NOT LIKE my microbiology professor. Since she looks like (and probably is!) a grandma, I had difficulty putting her on the list, but after tonight's hour "lecture" (in which she read directly from another professor's slides) on the wrong chapter (to rectify her error she read 3 tables from the correct chapter, ignored the rest of the chapter, and never told us what was important to know, which doesn't exactly matter because all of the exams are taken in groups and open book), she is ON THE LIST.
To summarize, do not get on my bad side, because it probably means you're either totally incompetent or you killed a bunch of people. You won't be in good company.